CFLAA Legends of the Game Profile – Hector Pothier

Hector Pothier was an outstanding offensive lineman who played his entire 12-year CFL career with the Edmonton Eskimos.  Between 1978 and 1989, Pothier was a key component of the Eskimos offensive line that constantly dominated defensive lineman. During his time with the Green and Gold, Pothier won six Grey Cup champion... More

Dave Sapunjis: ’92 The Year To Remember

July 28, 2017 George Johnson Your Stamps Authority Mostly, what Dave Sapunjis remembers is the sheer joy, a little-kid sense of swagger and near-invincibility that permeated a season of accomplishment caught and held in time for a team, and a city. “When I look back on my career,” reminisces the standout ... More

Flutie’s arrival was perfect storm

July 28, 2017 George Johnson Your Stamps Authority Twenty-five years drift away in the blink of an eye as Doug Flutie thinks back on Nov. 29, 1992. “I’ve never been what you’d call great at celebrating, at enjoying the moment, you know?’’ the man selected by a TSN poll as the CFL’s greatest-ever ... More

Greg Peterson: Sleeping With The Cup

July 27, 2017 George Johnson Your Stamps Authority The story, Greg Peterson concedes, has been often told (since he’s the one doing the telling). No matter. As Legacy Night approaches Saturday at McMahon Stadium, with so many of the Stampeders’ drought-busting title edition of 1992 back in the ... More

Come tailgate with the 1992 Stamps

July 25, 2017 Staff Fans can mingle with members of the Calgary Stampeders’ 1992 Grey Cup-championship team at the Legacy Tailgate, presented by Coors Light, prior to Saturday’s home game against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. From 4:30 p.m. until kickoff at 7:30 p.m., Stamps alumni Stu Laird, Bruce ... More

O’Leary: One notable absence from Argos’ Grey Cup reunion

July 24, 2017 Chris O'Leary Senior Writer They began to line up like they did 20 years ago, a then-and-now re-creation of a handful of Toronto Argonauts raising the Grey Cup above their heads. Doug Flutie was front and centre, with Michael “Pinball” Clemons to his left. Derrell “Mookie” Mitchell was ... More

Calgary Stampeder Alumni Spotlight: Tom Forzani

July 22, 2017 Staff Former Stampeder receiver Tom Forzani is this week’s Home Heroes’ presented by Reliance Home Comfort. The Stampeders have always been a family affair for Tom Forzani. When the Calgary native joined the Stamps out of Utah State in 1973, his big brothers Joe ... More

Alumni Spotlight: Jackie Kellogg

June 28, 2017 Staff Former Stampeder defensive back Jackie Kellogg is this week’s Home Heroes’ presented by Reliance Home Comfort. He will be signing autographs in the Fan Zone from 5 – 6 p.m. on the east side of McMahon before Thursday’s home-opener. Kellogg first joined the ... More

CFLAA Legends of the Game Profile – Rob Bresciani

Local product Rob Bresciani has become a very accomplished businessman since leaving the CFL. Bresciani has owned and operated a variety of successful businesses including Applause Dinner Theater (20 years), Sommerville Safe and Lock (10 years) and Winchester Management (15 years) “I have slowed down a little do ... More

Cauz: Argos short-lived dynasty of the 90s was one for the ages

July 18, 2017 Matthew Cauz/ The next time we humans will be able to see Halley’s Comet is in 2061 as it only comes around Earth every 75-76 years. When trying to come up with how I feel about or remember the 1996 and 1997 Toronto Argonauts the first image that leaps to my mind is Halley’s Comet. No one saw it ... More